How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Paganelli Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... Matisse (who T introduced you to in her last blog). Unfortunately location and Matisse were by far and away the two best features of the hotel (think sharing a room the size of a peanut with an extended family of Mosquitos and you'll be halfway there) but with Matisse bonjourno-ing us each morning the lack of sleep is quickly forgotten. - this might be a bit unfair on the staff who were also polite and helpful.
After checking in, we immediately ...
There was a great thunderstorm in the early hours of the morning, somewhere in in the Adriatic Sea. Terry slept through the huge claps of thunder, streaks of lightning and the ship creaking. But he can't sleep through my occasional gentle snore.
It turned out to be a beautifully sunny day, and we steamed into Venice just before midday. We had a tug fore and aft to guide us through the crowded waterways. We sat on our deck with ...
... its unique beauty, the novelty of its waterways and its appeal to everything in us that is romantic.
Gaby and I have approached each city with a theme to pursue. Munich was easy. We took the time to visit the major sites but it was all in the context of improving our understanding of the rise of the Third Reich. There is nothing like being there, walking the streets, responding to the sites...So, in Venice, we targeted the Jewish Quarter. Was there a ...
... newer available) and used their free wifi before queuing up for the boat in the sunshine. The boat was rammed but luckily I got a seat as it was a good half hour to get there. I was sat opposite a young girl and at one point she started doing her maths homework. On the book it said it was for secondary level top set work but she used a calculator all the way through and I was able to do it in my head (and it's been some time since I had to do maths like it). ...
... of art in history, venetian architecture, included a tour of the palace, the armory, the venetian republic's equivalent to congress, its surrounding offices, and the prison. AND... that same ticket got you into the Museo Correr which was actually 3 separate museums all in one building. Put that on a baguette 30 euro ticket to the Louvre.
While I liked the art in general at the Uffizi and Palazzo de Medici in Florence better; ...